Remarkable Destinies and a Movement of Hope: Discounted Literary eBooks

Call Me Pomeroy on Kindle

Call Me Pomeroy ($0.99) by James Hanna: Pomeroy, a towering street musician on parole, travels to Occupy Oakland and its sister movements in Europe. He does not go for political reasons but to get on television, attract an agent, and score a million-dollar contract for his marathon ditty, Ants in My Pants. Adult language and ribald situations. GOLD MEDAL WINNER-READERS’ FAVORITE AWARDS.

This deal is good on January 1, 2021

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Follow Me on Kindle

Follow Me ($0.99) by Jarrod Brooks: From Airborn Press: “A literary experience of the marketing world…don’t miss it.” Delia is the world’s latest self-help guru and is busy expanding her empire at all costs. Don’t call it a business. This isn’t about her. It’s a movement of hope. Delia is exactly what the world wants, what the world needs – according to the focus groups.

This deal is good on January 1, 2021

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Long Walk Up on Kindle

Long Walk Up ($1.99) by Denise Turney: Long Walk Up is the gripping tale of a young girl’s journey from poverty and despair en route to her remarkable destiny. This orphan girl becomes Africa’s first woman president. Her mother’s spirit serves as her guide. Yet, trouble and hardship find her. Get ready to feel an emotional rush as you read this powerful, moving story.

This deal is good on January 1, 2021

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